Twitter is sometimes undervalued by property professionals and yet it remains the best social media platform for communicating directly with leaders, influencers, and potential customers without censorship, membership or a subscription fee. The property business, especially, is first and foremost about people and Twitter is still the best way of connecting with people on the web.
Today we present a condensed guide to property investing for people who want to approach it in a hands off manner; people who don’t want to invest too much time and effort in building a property portfolio but who are willing to make use of the resources, contacts and the wealth of information available to them.
Investing in property can be an expensive business and where there is money there are also sharks. Today we look at 5 indicators of possible property fraud in the industry and at how you can protect yourself from unscrupulous companies and individuals when negotiating your deals.
Want to invest in property but aren’t quite sure where to start? Today we are publishing training content that was previously only available to subscribers, where we look at why property investment is the perfect pension plan, the best possible source of passive income and the perfect job replacement strategy. But, more importantly, we look, in detail, at how you can get started on your journey to autonomy and success in property.
It’s well known that property is a great asset class that can give you a high income as well as a fantastic work/life balance. Today we look at how to start a property business whatever your personal situation, whether you’re cash-rich and time-poor or time-rich and cash-poor.
When you’re investing in property, negotiating house price is an essential skill. But, this is a skill that is useful, not just for property professionals, but for homeowners and first-time buyers as well. Today, we look at negotiating on the asking price and at how to deal with estate agents when buying a house.
Thinking about investing in the Manchester or the North West? In today’s video, Rob compares locations and nails down seven of the best places to invest in the UK.
When you are buying an investment property there is a lot to consider and a lot of money at risk. When you’re under pressure, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and make a mistake. The trick is to take a step back, stay calm, be diligent and logical with your data, speak to as many people as possible and have faith in your instincts.
We’ve always maintained that anyone can get started in property no matter what their financial circumstances may be. Today we look at how to build a property portfolio of 11 or more houses with a deposit pot of only £50,000. The strategy you will need to achieve this is called the ‘two plus one’ strategy. Read on to find out more.
Which is better, a property course where the focus is on one specific property strategy, or a course that covers a broader spectrum of strategies? Today we look at the pros and cons of each approach, narrow or broad.